The Latvian airline airBaltic announces that it has started a new travel loyalty programme cooperation with the carriers KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Air France. This partnership will offer the members of the airBaltic Club to earn loyalty points on airBaltic codeshare flights, operated by KLM or Air France, while also allowing to spend collected points on KLM and Air France flights all over the world.
Wolfgang Reuss, SVP Network Management of airBaltic: “We are delighted that our loyalty programs continue to expand and offer even more, especially now, in a strong cooperation with the largest European airline group – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Air France. The opportunity to use loyalty benefits, covering the worldwide travel network from hubs in Amsterdam and Paris to more than 300 destinations, makes the airBaltic Club membership very desirable. Thus, we hope that soon more and more new members will join and use its advantages.”
The airBaltic Club is a loyalty program, where it is possible to earn loyalty points and collect stamps while travelling and receive various rewards. Members can earn points every time they fly airBaltic or use the services of other travel partners.
The loyalty programme is designed to be beneficial not only for frequent travelers, but also for those travelling occasionally. Customers, who travel less, can receive valuable rewards as well – for instance, free heavy baggage and advanced seat reservation among others.
To read more about the airBaltic Club, please visit: https://www.airbaltic.com/en/airbaltic-loyalty-club
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